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Sufix Siege

Discussion in 'Tackle Talk' started by bgrapala, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. bgrapala

    bgrapala Micropterus dolomieu

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    I was considering buying this line to put on a new STX. I just wanted to know what in the world would you use neon orange line for?? Any suggestions?
     
  2. I personally like the line it casts well and is pretty durable. but i have no clue what you use the orange line for haha
     

  3. The One

    The One Ret. 1SG U.S. Army

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    Orange actually appears red under water after the first three feet then refracts ambient cool light temperatures between 3-20ft which is about as thick as the BS I'm typing here. Maybe it's just an alternative high vis color?
     
  4. soua0363

    soua0363 Master of Nothing

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    The orange is a hi-vis line. Its great to when the basses are biting extremely light like when you through a bait in the water and the bass takes it during slack line and the only way you can tell is if the line is moving. Low-vis green is hard to see certain time of the day. I have caught a lot of basses just by watching my line move without ever feeling a bite. I have not personally use the hi-vis color but will be doing so this year. What people do is color a 5 foot section of it in permanent marker and/or tie on a 2+ feet mono or fluoro leader.
     
  5. I use the high vis green casting jigs during the April spawn in the Western Basin for the same reason SOUA stated. I see the slack go out of my line prior to cranking the reel and I set the hook! During this stage of the game Walleye fishing it just seems to me it is all a reactionary strike on a lure and line color doesn't matter. Maybe this is the reason for the high vis orange?